Tens of thousands of people marched through Paris on Sunday to support the French government's plan to legalize gay marriage and adoption.
What Gerard Depardieu is to France, Tina Turner may be to the United States.
Supporters of the American pastor held in Iran and facing a possible death sentence for his faith say the State Department is not doing enough to win his release.
Permits allowing people to drink alcohol then drive should be issued to make it easier for those in isolated, rural areas to visit the pub, according to a motion passed by a local government in Ireland.
Border patrol agents intercept 14,000 pound shipment of marijuana.
North Korea vowed to boost its nuclear capabilities on Wednesday after the United Nations Security Council unanimously passed a resolution condemning its controversial rocket launch last December.
A Houston-area man is among workers killed in a hostage standoff at an Algerian natural gas plant last week.
Two popular video games have been ordered removed from store shelves in Pakistan, after shop owners there complained that the games portray their country as an incubator for terrorism.
Four F-16 fighter jets left the U.S. this morning, bound for Egypt as part of a foreign aid package.
People in some Mexican towns are fighting back against drug gangs.
The Al Qaeda-linked group holding hostages in Algeria has reportedly offered to trade two Americans being held for terror figures jailed in the United States.
An eight-story apartment building collapsed Wednesday in the port city of Alexandria, killing at least 25 people.
The idea of eating horse meat has been described as the "last taboo" of English cooking.
Dense fog and slippery road conditions may be the reasons 100 vehicles slammed into each other on a roadway in Sweden.
Identical Belgian twin brothers, born deaf, becoming blind and unable to bear not being able to see and hear each other, had their wish to die granted in a case testing the boundaries of legal euthanasia.
A tourist visiting the Chinese capital over the past four days would have difficulty seeing many of its ancient and modern landmarks because of the horrendous pollution hanging over the city.
A massive solar storm is coming, and this time the devastation could total as much as $2 trillion, experts told FoxNews.com.
British police say the late entertainer Jimmy Savile committed more than 200 sex crimes over more than half a century.
The worst snowstorm in 20 years shut public transport, roads and schools in Jerusalem and along the northern Israeli region bordering on Lebanon on Thursday.